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Web 100: Today's Top Web Companies - Spring 2013 Special Issue

Posted on 2.26.2013

::Discover the digital tactics and techniques of the Web’s leading enterprises in Website Magazine’s inaugural Web 100 Guide::


Welcome to Website Magazine’s Web 100

- today’s top Web companies!

Below you will find the contents for the Spring 2013 Special Issue of Website Magazine. Through interviews, analytics, research and an examination of best practices, Web 100 provides an unparalleled look at the elements of today’s premier digital destinations.

As in each edition of Website Magazine, a wide range of topics (including Search Marketing, Social Media, Web Design, E-Commerce and more), essential techniques and trends are covered as well. The Spring 2013 Special Issue is a "special issue" and distributed exclusively to active subscribers. This issue is jam-packed with software and strategy insights from the elite Web companies, exclusive takeaways from top digital influencers, and detailed search marketing and social media data. Take a look at the content below and subscribe for full access! 

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The Brands: From AT&T to Zappos
There’s plenty to learn from the top digital brands featured in Web 100. With intense marketplace competition, these companies race to create innovative technologies, utilize emerging best practice techniques and implement third-party integrations to appease investors, better the user experience and ultimately improve the bottom line.

The Categories

To provide an accurate comparison of the companies that control the majority share of voice in their respective industries (through traffic, social media and more), Web 100 looks at the Web's top brands within six separate sectors.

Finance: Companies in the finance sector are faced with heavy regulation, critical security concerns and unparalleled scrutiny. Even so, there are companies that get it all right - from infrastructure and reliability to third-party and cross-channel integrations. See those 10 companies here. 

Lifestyle: Some websites are more than a product or service destination, they are a way of life. They are also case studies in engagement and user experience. You'll find 15 of those lifestyle digital brands in this section of Web 100. 

Retail/Consumer Goods: The line between online and offline shopping is blurring, as 80 percent of consumers rank the Internet as most useful for shopping and use it to research goods online before making a purchase (Google 2012). Web 100 merchants are feverishly innovating for this change. 

News and Media: Today's digital landscape offers information seekers more media outlets than ever. Both traditional and non-traditional networks vie for their attention socially, digitally and across many other channels. Here are 15 news and media brands that captivated Web users in 2012. 

Technology: The tech sector in the digital realm epitomizes innovation, quality offers and, lest we forget, profits. They are some of the most profitable companies in existence and are held, at least should be, to immeasurable standards. 
 
Service Providers: From crowd-sourced information websites to entertainment mavens, the service providers' category is as vast as it is innovative. Here are 20 dynamic and diverse companies setting the bar in digital service.

The Digital Trinity

Through investing resources into acquisition (and retention), analysis (and optimization) and infrastructure (and reliability), the dominant market providers featured in Web 100 abide (knowingly or not) by the Digital Trinity, a guiding principle of what it takes to succeed on the Web and the baseline criteria for Web 100.


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